• DAIRY FREE DARK CHOCOLATE MOUSSE


    Chocolate mousse has long been a family favourite. Before my mum and auntie made it, so did both my grandmas, I couldn’t wait to get to dessert when I knew

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  • QUICK RASPBERRY AMARETTO ALMOND CAKE – lemon pistachio icing


    Stumbling across a recipe that is so simple but yet has a beautiful outcome is a rare find. Time spent well searching the internet for the best cakey- desserty-thingy that

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  • BUTTERNUT SQUASH, CARROT AND KAFFIR LIME SOUP


    I served this soup to a group of unsuspecting friend for a Friday night dinner a couple of weeks back, and one of them asked for the recipe so thanks

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MY JEW-ISH SPEEDY PICKLED RADISHES


Help I’m in a pickle! I can’t decide what to pickle next. I’m addicted; some people can’t stop buying shoes, or eating chocolate yet I however am consumed by this process. This time honoured method of preservation dates back as far as 2400 BC: Archaeologists and anthropologists believe that the ancient Mesopotamians pickled. Maybe that’s what I love so much

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MY JEW-ISH CHINESE CHICKEN SALAD, ORANGE HOISIN DRESSING


This particular salad discovery was made during my stint living in LA. It appeared and probably still does appear on nearly every cafe menu. Well after eating this salad once you understand why it is so incredibly popular and frankly it is also about the delicious dressing. Now strictly speaking there is no actual cooking in this recipe, as I

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MY JEW-ISH RATATOUILLE


When I look back at family meals in my younger years, Ratatouille  made a frequent appearance. My mum and grandma always prepared excellent versions served alongside  a variety of different meats and fish. I think that is what makes this dish so great, its incredibly versatile. So when I looked in my fridge last week and once again I had a

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